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Relics & Refabs Roadshow

The Massillon Museum will host Relics and Refabs Roadshow on Saturday, August 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at St. George Cultural Center, 364 First Street SE in Massillon. 


Inside the hall, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., respected appraisers—David Berens, Andrew Richmond, and Bill Gill—will offer verbal appraisals for $5 per item. Timed tickets will be assigned so guests can browse or relax until the appropriate appraiser is available.

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule:

:00 am
to 4:00 pm
Visit vendors of antiques and collectibles and artists who specialize in refurbishing vintage wares
 
 

Vendors:

Aggie's Attic
Becky’s Obsession Antiques
Belly of the Whale Vintage
Blessed Rebel Co.
The Bohemian Mama
The Stockpile
Barb's Bunny Hutch
Cindy's Creations
Chocolates by Erin
Gene Jenkins
Handmade by U
Jennifer L. Worden Arts
Jewelry Designs by Kathleen



Just Ice Cream
Kishton's Painted Slate
Becky's Obsession Antiques

Marshall's Antique Warehouse
The Marrekesh Spot
ONEarth Studios

Relics Committee
Renewed Designs
Sassy Dog
Tattered Barn Cat Primitives
The Class Act
Thistle Dew
Wreaths by Ashley


10:00 am
to 3:00 pm

Verbal appraisals ($5 each) by Andrew Richmond, David Berens, and Bill Gill in the areas of fine and decorative arts and general artifacts
 
9:00 am
to 4:00 pm


10:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Food available from Sassy Dog, Just Ice Cream, St. George, and Chocolates by Erin


10:00am - Alexis Whitaker with GiaVanni Himes
11:00am - St. George Greek Dancers Noon - Steve Farley
1:00pm - Bruce Sampsel
2:00pm - Fr. George Baum
3:00pm - Bryan Stahl with Mandy Stahl
 

     

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Massillon Museum’s Capital Campaign to expand its facility.  Relics and Refabs Roadshow sponsors to date include: MCTV, Debbie Bachtel, Bachtel Excavating, Aqua Ohio, Eagles #190, Brahler’s Cleaning, General Dentistry, Hampton Inn Massillon, Kozmo’s Grille, Massillon Window Cleaning, Newman Creek Cellars, D&A Plumbing, and VFW Post 3142. For information about sponsoring the event, call the Museum’s executive director, Alexandra Nicholis Coon. The Museum receives operating support from the Ohio Arts Council and ArtsinStark.

Sue Reid and Mary Ann Poling are co-chairing Relics and Refabs as part of the Capital Campaign special fundraising events team.  Jean Mummertz, Debbie and Denny Bachtel, Jeannie John, Kathy Malinowski, Alyssa Myers, and Sue Kelewae serve on the committee.

 

St. George Cultural Center is located just two blocks south of the Museum. The entrance to the large parking lot is on South Street.  Free parking is also available on surrounding city streets.

Relics and Refabs is one of many fundraising efforts that are part of the Capital Campaign. The Museum’s expansion will benefit the community with additional education and exhibition space, an auditorium/meeting space, and a home for the Paul E. Brown Museum.

For more information, call the Massillon Museum at 330-833-4061.


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